- Mzansi is furious with Makhadzi's manager after the star made some shocking revelations in a Twitter post
- A new hashtag was trending on Sunday with the Twitter mob baying for blood demanding that #RitaDeeMustFall
- According to allegations made by Makhadzi her manager allegedly deleted her YouTube videos and claimed the proceeds for herself and gave nothing to Makhadzi
Mzansi is furious after Makhadzi posted on Twitter that her former manager allegedly deleted all her YouTube videos, with some have over 8 million views.
She claimed that all she had done was ask for her former manager to pay her her royalties from her previous album, Matrokisi.
Makhadzi claims that her manager claimed the money for herself and deleted the videos from YouTube, leaving her with not even one cent from her album.
"The only thing I did was to ask my money from my ex-manager for my previous album matrokisi, and money for my royalties. wt she did was to claim my money and delete all video from YouTube including riyavenda 10milionviews and Matroksi 8milionviews I didn't get a cent from my album."
"Since I asked her to claim my money from iTunes she said they were not working because of lockdown. Now everything is back to normal she’s not answering my calls, she blocked me. I don’t even know how much I did from my album. I am only surviving with shows."
"I want my money Broken heartBroken heartBroken heartBroken heartBroken heart I paid my Picanto car she doesn’t want to change ownership names... if I die tomorrow everything will be under her name ...meaning I was born to be a slave I am tired."
"I am tired I am praying for my self I can’t cope to see someone chewing my money like this I need strength but is not easy I am depressed. "
This resulted in the Twitter mob baying for blood and the hashtag #RitaDeeMustFall has been trending on Sunday.
Here is what Mzansi thinks of the situation:
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Makhadzi has expressed her disappointment at not being nominated for a SAMA award this year. The Limpopo musician took to social media to congratulate nominees but also to express sadness at being snubbed.
She said that she had submitted her work but sadly she just didn't make the cut.
The list of nominees was released for the first-ever virtual South African Music Awards nomination, and sadly Makhadzi and her boo Master KG were not included.
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